Former Vice President Joe Biden won a clear victory in South Carolina, re-energizing his campaign going into Super Tuesday.

Biden, during his victory speech, made the case that voters want a moderate in the White House, targeting progressive Bernie Sanders, if not by name.

"Democrats want a nominee who's a Democrat, a life-long Democrat, a proud Democrat, an Obama-Biden Democrat," said Biden during his victory speech in South Carolina.

WGBH News political reporter Adam Reilly and Joanna Weiss, editor of Experience magazine, joined Boston Public Radio on Monday to break down what Biden's win means for the races ahead.

"I think it's looking kind of good for Joe Biden right now, it's business time," said Weiss. "There were little bits of moments of potential momentum, now there's a moment of real momentum because Biden won big, he looks more energetic, Buttigieg getting out and Steyer getting out, you're clearing the field, it's starting to look like progressive versus moderate."